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Jan 27, 2014 4:00am EST
pierce and kevin garnett returning to boston for the first time. an emotional scene at boston garden sunday. both players given video tributes throughout the game. pierce and garnett knew this game would be difficult. pier s said it was the most difficult game he's ever played. harder than any game seven. neither played were vel. neither shot very well. pierce had six points. garnett had six points. but the nets win on the road, 85-79. >>> to miami. heat and spurs. san antonio in miami for the first time since losing game seven. miami led throughout, wire to wire. led by as many as 29. chris bosh finding lebron james in transition. watch the difficult angle for james. nearly behind the back board. he had 18. chris bosh leading the way with 24. heat win over the spurs. >>> we're less than a week away from the super bowl. broncos and seahawks arriving on sunday. seahawks will practice at the giants facility. broncos at the jets. forecast for sunday, 35 degrees. good luck. we'll cover the super bowl all week long on "sportscenter." a lot to check out. "sportscenter" will bring it to you
Jan 6, 2014 5:30pm PST
years. barbara pierce bush, a descendant of president franklin pierce, married navy veteran george h.w. bush not knowing some day he would be known as 41. jimmy and rosalynn carter are in second place, celebrating their 68th anniversary in july. >>> if you're a 20-year-old in boston, the mayor, during your lifetime, has always been named tom menino until today. marty walsh has taken office as the 48th mayor of boston, kicking off what promises to be an era of sweeping change after two decades of mayor menino. as the boston globe put it today, nothing happened in boston without menino's approval. and about the future for boston, the paper went on to say, quote, a city long set in its ways may just let loose. >>> and some news on this network today with the announcement by "saturday night live" of a new addition to the cast. her name is sasheer zamata. she is the first black woman to join "snl" since maya rudolph departed in '07. the announcement comes after criticism last fall for lack of diversity among the cast members. she will make her snl debut as a featured player january 18th.
Jan 23, 2014 3:30am PST
performance in class who didn't last forty or forty five minutes tonight it's the end it is also a piercing and can record i spied a open space to complete the deal graph or jemaah illegal time to look into the book as a man who doesn't feel the cut of a knife blade. in addition he is a director of the mass national dance called come ashore got this dance was performed by more than fifteen thousand people the addition amounts to one thousand copies. it consist of six hundred and fifty pages filled with very interesting information ah stop was looking for young artists a local professional studio would teach little children acquire ballet acting in ancient arts turn from the age of six to sixteen will be enrolled to the studio. according to organizers. it is very important than a child has got both power and desire for arts. young artists will be involved in staging operas and concerts at the austin upfront costs and organizes when the create their own children's symphony orchestra the success of the renamed unthinkable is now we are trying to find talented children playing the violin and cl
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm EST
this is a story we continue to follow. we will stay with hedge funds. we welcome ingrid pierce. she is a prominent international fund attorney. great to see you. thanks for coming in. berth, a wide range of activity. i know you are based in the cayman. up with that stack luxembourg, where i know there are a lot of funds? >> the cayman -- cayman is the leader in the pack. you will notice a few figures that we have for the fund set up in cayman. it really is the leader of the pack. >> and obviously, has better weather, of course. looking smaller firms, to india, i've been told that was a growing trend as well. one of the areas staying global that you told me in the past has been setting up hedge funds, which are essentially sponsored by japanese institutions. what kinds of institutions are these investing? are they banks, other private entities? >> a lot of them are single investor funds. you will have a large japanese bank that will typically be managed by a u.s. fund manager. been a strong trend with the number of funds we have nearly one012, and quarter of them set of last year were aimed at that
Jan 15, 2014 5:00pm PST
. joining me now to discuss, author of the book, how to be black. and charles p. pierce, political blogger for first of all, i think there's two questions, there's the question of what gains traction and gets out of control. what do we think is disqualifying, as people, as citizens, from the first moment i caught a whiff of this, it seems like it's disqualifying. this point was made on fox. >> mr. higby, was the assistant to the chief of staff, saying we should use the federal machinery of government to screw our enemies, that's what this was about up there. >> yeah 37 disqualify? >> i think it's disqualifying for a lot of reasons, because of the timing. this is a guy who is abusing his power at the very least. it may be disqualifying -- >> his hand selected people are abusing their power -- >> he's so clueless, despite the fact of what is projected in terms of being about confidence you can't trust anything that he's saying. but i think ultimately what's going to disqualify him is a combination of the fact that he has no constituency really. he has no -- there's no hardcore -
Jan 1, 2014 3:00pm PST
the piercings right before so the skill is still wrong. it's not like one of those old holes. >> they also do a lot of, like, calculations, the force and the weight and they know it's not going to rip through. zuch see his skin pull when he finally gets -- ah! >> it's like when a mom cat picks u the baby d carries it ound. >> but that doesn't look painful. this looks horrible. >> he certainly doesn't look like it hurting. when he . >> two outdoorsmen try to save one buck hooked to another. when the buck doesn't say thank you. >> and there a proposal videos -- >> and there are proposal videos. >> and meet the happy couple and how he got into those tight clothes. >> takes a real man to wear this. >> yeah,right! >>> hey, don't forget there's an app for iphones and watch videos any time where you are. >> i'm just trying this at home. we got one dead and one still alive and they're locked up. >> as we know, the animal kingdom can be a pretty dangerous place. this video proves it. you see joey and chad, two avid hunters. joey had bagged a buck earlier in the day and was trying to locate that deer.
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm EST
's, petite, with a facial piercing, and there is no description of the male suspect. live, sam ford, abc 7 news. >> another one in recent months. mother is baltimore behind bars, accused of leaving her daughter in a freezing car while she spent the day gambling. the woman was arrested yesterday and charged with child abuse and neglect. police say the girl was left in the car for about eight hours. she was checked out at the hospital and is physically ok. says a formerrson first lady barbara bush is in great spirits, despite being hospitalized. the wife of former president george h w bush. mrs. bush is 88 years old, and president obama issued a statement, wishing her a speedy recovery. an order blocking organization from being forced to provide free birth control. a supreme court justice issued a temporary injunction just as the entire health care law kicked in. we have the latest. years afterur president obama signed his controversial health-care bill into law, the whole thing finally goes into effect. >> it is a new day in health care for americans. >> starting today, millions more
Al Jazeera America
Jan 30, 2014 2:30am EST
growth in terms of identifying pierce, finding people who be able to encourage them in school. maybe students who have been in the united states just a bit longer than they have who can really help them out. but as you mentioned, if they have gaps in their education, if they have a lack of literacy skills, if their parents don't read or write in the first language, they will struggle in that school setting. and it's going to be very difficult to graduate especially when we are emphasizing 4-year graduation rates and trying to get students out and in to the workforce and in to college as soon as possible. >> if i may, lisa, the -- i think one of the things that we also have to understand about this population is how many have spent years and years and years in refugees camps, closed camps in thailand where they weren't allowed to leave the camps. these camps are really pretty much opportunity-free zones. so they have been forced in to passivity for a long, long time. and it's really hard to make that adjustment. >> myra, i know you wanted to jump in. >> yes. going back to the educatio
Jan 27, 2014 4:00am PST
garnett and paul pierce back to boston for first time since being traded to brooklyn. in the game, garnett tried his best to get under ronaldo's skin. check out the taunting. there you go. and paul pierce nailed a jumper to keep the nets in the lead 78-70. garnett fields the ball from rondo, takes it to the hole and nets get their fifth straight win. 85-89 in boston. knicks continue to roll. carmelo anthony 35 points after scoring a record-breaking 62 points on friday at madison square garden. charges in for the layup. the knicks beat the lakers 110-103. >>> college hoops, arizona unbeaten but wasn't easy. utah kept it close trailing by five at the half, 31-26. the wildcats pulled away in the second half to get a school record 20th win. 65-56. >>> to first ever unconferenced pro bowl or better yet fantasy bowl. team deon sanders gets on the board first. he gives the ball to this lucky lady, his mama. less than a minute left, team rice trailed. the pass to demarco murray who takes it in for the score. team rice wins it 22-21. >>> and what's been shapie inin as a snow bowl, the coaches are c
Jan 27, 2014 4:00am PST
' quarterback peyton manning, this is a big deal. >>> in the nba, longtime celtics' paul pierc and kevin garnet return to boston as brooklyn nets. pierce and garnet got a big hand from the brooklyn nets and they helped beat the boston celtics, 85-79. >>> in miami, a rematch of last year's finals. chris bosh scored 24 points as the heat handle the san antonio spurs, 113-101. the spurs are now a game and a half behind the west, leading oklahoma thunder. >>> and more than 50,000 fans showed up at yankee stadium to watch hockey. it was the first nhl game played at the stadium. the new york rangers scored the last six goals to beat the new jersey devils, 7-3. the opening face-off was delayed, though, an hour because of a dangerous glare on the ice. >>> when we return, grammy gold. daft punk takes home the big awards at last night's ceremony while beyonce and jay-z heat up the stage. beyonce and jay-z heat up the stage. ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ [ male announcer ] the beautifully practical and practicall
Jan 27, 2014 2:00am PST
sweet return for kevin garnett and paul pierce back to boston. check this out. check out the taunting. check it out. check it out. check it out. that same focus as paul pierce nails this jumper. gave the nets the lead 78-70. garnett steals the ball from rondo and he takes it to the hole. the nets get their fifth straight win 85-79 in boston. >>> college hoops, arizona remains unbeaten. it was not easy. utah kept it close. 31-26. the wildcats pulled away in the second half to get a school record 20th win. 65-56. >>> what's been shaping up as a snow bowl, head coaches pete carroll and john fox are concerned that the practices for the super bowl might be held indoors. why? check this out. the frozen fields. the real test is going to be how well will they play on thursday. a wind chill of 7, the rangers took on the devils in a high scoring battle that was delayed by an hour because of, get this, too much sun. too much sun. early in the game tied 1-1. jaromir jagr sets up . a terrifying crash. he was sent to the hospital and broke his back. they're awake and communicating. >>> a quicker wa
Jan 1, 2014 9:00pm PST
and quyen nguyen, the owners of 56 pierce street, and the city and county of san francisco; and authorizing the planning director and assessor to execute the mills act historical property contract ~. item number 10, resolution approving a mills act historical property contract, under administrative code, chapter 71, between jean paul and ann balajadia, the owners of 64 pierce street, and the city and county of san francisco; and authorizing the planning director and assessor to execute the mills act historical property contract ~. item number 11, resolution approving a mills act historical property contract, under administrative code, chapter 71, between karli sager and jason monberg, the owners of 56 potomac street, and the city and county of san francisco; and authorizing the planning director and assessor to execute the mills act historical property contract ~. item number 12, resolution approving a mills act historical property contract, under administrative code, chapter 71, between adam wilson and quyen nguyen, the owners of 66 potomac street, and the city and county of san francisco;
Al Jazeera America
Jan 9, 2014 3:30am EST
metal skin that pierces easily on derailments. accidents have occurred i , and don't forget the accident that killed 50 residents in a fireball. 24 hours after our report on monday another train covering oil derailed and caught fire in master rock plaster rock. luckily no one with us hurt, but someone out there might reconsider their opposition to building oil pipelines. why how mom and pop shops are drawing you in. i'm ali velshi. this is "real money." ♪ check check >> hi, welcome to al jazeera america. i'm thomas drayton, let's get you caught up on the top stories. >> thursday there'll be a hearing into chris christie and his staffers, they closed leaps on a bridge to punish a town ta didn't support him. >> the white house came out in support of joe biden. in response to a memoire by robert gates. he criticises the vice president's foreign policy instincts. jay carney said joe biden is a key advisor to barack obama. >> the found of
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 7:00pm EST
is also aging with thin metal skins that pierce easily during derailment. and it is also more expense if than pipelines. but with the appetite for pipeline in question, that extra oil has to be moved somehow, and rail is picking up the slack. rail is hauling 20 times more crude than they carried back in 2000 #, but it is only the beginning according to jeff reubin. he say oil by rail may be in the beginni beginnings. he was one of the first economists to accurately predict soaring oil prices back in the year 2000. he joins us now. good to see you, jeff. >> good to see you. >> oil by rail is just not regulated, and we are piling more oil on to rail cars daily. >> that's right. and i think, you know, one of the unintended consequences of environmental opposition to pipelines on both sides of the border has been to put oil on rail. of course their intention was to keep oil in the ground, whether we're talking about the bakken or the oil sands, but the industry's response has really gone back in time, when of course rail was the key way of moving oil. as you point out, rail is a much more
Jan 9, 2014 6:30pm PST
pierce the top science once again. yes common on friday not responsible he is accosted him. on the dishes but the gun breast cancer economic logic common sense bill was hit. i was a testament to the us on what i had a few insights debut silence nice addition. it's the same time tomorrow nights ay ay. or a server program it's especially good things it's all trying to achieve is to get a suite of scientific instruments on the martian surface mobile platforms. jor el and the scientific spirit the seller over old curiosity. actually it's the most complicated most complex and most capable system ever put on the surface of another plant that it might be the most complex interplanetary explorer that we've ever developed. there are literally tens of thousands of parts that work. workers too. the launch operation cruise tomorrow. introducing milling operation actually operate we feel confident that we've done everything and everything goes the way we've decided that we played we built and tested it out we should be on the surface safely in the team will be cherished. it was appointed to head in th
Jan 12, 2014 8:30pm PST
this water is good in sports that spreads over the mountains behind the leech. pierce is a forest of japanese beech tree. in the past. people are nice they are used to gather wood for fires and making church as they did so. they planted saplings of the forest away the water seeps out of the woods. its region receives heavy snowfall. when you accumulated snow melts. a great amount of water is absorbed by the saudi soil ay ay ay ay ay ay ay ay water provided the forest to reach the youtube posting cummings. i know. i do the road. it's work. third round while. similar to the east coast the new law the eye. kia has to choose looks like detroit to win it is only two centimeters greer. well it's the smallest species in japan it's spirit's a man who after finishing packing the field this season ventures into the forest on the mountain behind the image he starts climbing a tree. i mean the autumn no more. we find that had grown around tree. the rodent japanese wisteria. in the comments area. people have been using was curious minds is the material for making cloth for generations. cheerio can often
Jan 15, 2014 10:00pm PST
, an image that used to identify bad boys but now it's an art displayed by about half of kaepernick's pierce. our society has changed and he represents that. a generation ago he would not have had this success. >> 20 to 25 years ago we were following much more specific molds and that is not the case anymore. >> reporter: the director says he intentionally didn't play it safe. safe doesn't inspire. and already the 3 minute director's cut online has nearly 3 million hits. >>> director of the commercial said he didn't play it safe because safe doesn't inspire. those are his words and there's no doubting the you popularity extended online version has almost 3 million hits. >>> well be sure to stay with kpix5 for all your 9ers coverage. dennis and i will be heading up to seattle this week. our live coverage begins with a special 49ers preview that's friday night at 7:00. >>> an out of control car careens through a bay area church and ends up on the altar. >>> he's back. a man spreading joy and cheer throughout the country in the form of thousands of dollars worth of extra tips has struck ag
Jan 22, 2014 5:00pm PST
piercings religious in nature the pent gob gone says it will be addressed >> a donor made a donation to a beloved spot for generations of children. largest in the park's 53-year history. the spark says this will go towards upgrading lower zoo area and will go towards a few tour animal exhibit. >> a woman who saved a man's life by pulling him from a burning truck has done it again. she help aid driver at hill top this morning. according to in 2011 she pulled the driver from his tanker truck. i want to be out on the highway any time she is there. >> amazing. >> still ahead that is not the only good samaritan getting reco uncle go one,two,one,two,one [uncle]thistwo,one.cotch,okay? [niece]okay! [uncle]okay? [niece]one,two three,four,five,six,seven,eight! [uncle laughing] okay,we go the other way,okay? [niece]one,two,three,four,five, six,seven! [uncle laughs]there's ten spaces,you want to try again? [uncle]yeah? to those who've been denied ewelcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at >>> comin
Jan 3, 2014 12:35am PST
. throwing in a power squinch. >> he noticed it. >> piercing us with her eyes. here we are looking at her wondering. >> kind of blank. >> now, she is, whoa. >> just invited you over. >> why is that? >> how we communicate? >> we communicate with our eyes. >> a video was born. teaching his signature squinch to the masses. it went viral, gaining a million views. >> the definition. narrow the distance between your pupil and lower eyelid. >> what does that do, the quarter inch? >> unbelievable. makes it look like a thought process going on for the person. >> no longer empty-headed. >> you get a vibe from the person. which is similar to what we do when we flirt. >> everyone is posting the pose. advertisers, are even tweeting wildlife squinches. if a trained seal can do it, how hard can it be? >> don't look so miserable. what are you doing? >> i feel miserable. i look like i feel. >> there is the squinch. snuck it by me! go out in there! >> peter can't help but go right into work mode. >> knees together. >> knees together. how do you know? >> your feet a little bit. hold that. >> more. >> pigeon
Jan 26, 2014 6:30pm PST
, the cardinals have a 6-point lead. that was the turnaround. they rally back and forth. paul pierce making his first trip back. going straight into the net. also a reunion for kevin garnett. up 3. stealing the pass. takes it the length of the court for the knock out blow. brooklyn beats boston 85-75. >> the nicks playing at the yard. they had to find somewhere else to play. newyork facing new jersey. the nhl latest outdoor game. the start delayed over an hour. the jerseys were able to keep the fans entertained. bring it on. now, zach scored 2 of the rangers 4 goals in the second period and they go on to beat the devils 7-3. >>> well, super bowl week has arrived. at 12:30 pacific today, the broncos arrived to the airport, the seahawks at 4:00 today. the denver coach, john fox, missed four games this season after heart surgery but according to peyton manning he wases wases -- he was never that far a way. >> a week later we were at a team meeting and we had the big screen -- it had face time chat with coach fox and he didn't really know how to use it well. he was very up close right into that ca
Jan 7, 2014 11:00pm PST
have saved her life. >> i'm jeff pierce in san francisco. police here are investigating the sixth auto-pedestrian accident here in the city within the last week. stay tuned. i'll give you all the details. >> kron 4 news starts now with a developing story. >>> it has happened again in san francisco. a pedestrian struck and killed by a car. tonight's incident happened near city hall in the 200 block of van ess. the victim is the fifth pedestrian hit by a car in san francisco in the last week and third fatality. jeff, how did this happen? >> one of the busiest thoroughfares in san francisco and for some reason the victim in this case ran out in to traffic, not on the crosswalk, and was hit and killed by a passing car. >> reporter: sfpd says the accident happened around 6:20 on tuesday evening. police say a man was involved in some sort of verbal altercation on the west side of van ess avenue. following the altercation the victim ran in to traffic, crossing six lanes and was hit and killed by a passing car. >> based on the preliminary investigation we've done so far, the driver was not at
Jan 29, 2014 4:30am PST
say he is wanted for arson. accused of setting a car on fire at pierce automotive. it happened monday evening. he is described as heavy set, bald, he was wearing a red shirt and black shorts at the time. anyone with information is asked to call the sheriffs department. >>> a report from the san francisco city attorney says the asiana plane crash at sfo was a terrible accident and the airport is not responsible. it also suggests that 16-year- old ye was already dead before being run over by a fire truck. the report also says the girl and two other teenager who died were most likely not wearing their seat belts and the trauma of the impact may have killed them. the report also offers some recommendations. national standards should be set to avoid rollovers and that airline established lines of communications for family and friends to locate hospitalized passengers. >>> time is 4:53. police in belmont are reporting a spike in mail thefts. thieves are targeting mailboxes out in the open. thieves strike this time of year because they are mining for an end of year tax information. >> it is
Jan 5, 2014 2:00am PST
it suspension hooks. let's get a closer look at that. >> let's don't get a closer look. >> they do the piercings like right before so the skin is strong. they also do a lot of calculations like the force and the weight. >> you see his skin pull when he finally 2k3wgets -- >> it's like when a mom cat picks up the baby cat and carries it around. >> but that doesn't look painful. this looks horrible. >> he certainly doesn't look like it's hurting. >> when he looks in to the camera and give this is primal scream, it's kind of awesome. >> look at the red. >> he clearly has insane abs. to each his own. he's living life. good for him. >>> two outdoors man try to save one buck hooked on to another. >> and this is risky. >> what happens when the buck doesn't say thank you. and there are proposal videos and then there are proposal videos. meet the happy couple and see how he got into those tight clothes. >> takes real men to wear those clothes. >> that's right. >>> don't forget there is an app for rtm. watch videos anytime anywhere you are. >>> not just trying this at home. get one dead and one still aliv
FOX News
Jan 9, 2014 1:00am PST
it was so annoying. >> he should be working at the piercing pagoda at the mall. >> i got my ears pierced there. >> as a white conservative, if i disagree with a liberal who happened to be black like president obama or reverend jesse, liberals full in the blogs like he's a racist. so what are they going to say about jason riley, a respected columnist for the washington journal. >> there's a pattern of hiring people like melissa harris-perry, eric dyson, and reverend sharpton to raise things. they say racially inflammatory things, they bring race into discussions where it doesn't belong, and their take is ba basically all of black people's problems are caused by white people, and if you disagree with that, you're a racist. >> hard pressed to come up with something for that. >> i watches on c-span the other day, a panel, and at tulane university where melissa harris-perry, who is a professor there, the race-baiting that took place, a lot of people don't watch c-span, was shocking. i don't think they do it to be shocking. i think a lot of these commentators and hosts deeply believe what they
FOX News
Jan 27, 2014 1:00am PST
and for the sin tiersy of which they were offered. we saw pierce morgan at cnn saying he appreciated and applauded glenn willing to be critical and self-reflective in public. we even saw joe scarbourough on msnbc applaud glenn beck. he can see something here that the media was more reflective on a number of issues. >> amy, you and scarboruough, morgan, you're all in the game. >> it's not a game. >> you guys are in the television game. oh, yeah, he came on and looked sincere. now we're going to love him and embrace him again. >> david, you're sitting on television right now. do you think you're in a game? >> pardon? i'm sorry. >> because he appear on tv, are you in the game as well? >> no. i'm a guy on weekends who shows up when they invite me. come on. >> so why are you accusing the rest of us? >> because i -- i work as a critic outside the medium of television writing about media and television. you guys make your living on television. so for you to say to me, oh, pierce morgan liked him, i i'm sorry you don't, david, come on. >> amy. >> wow, well, clearly david is not a fan of glenn beck and isn
Jan 4, 2014 8:00pm PST
their support before the big playoff game. jeff pierce spoke to fans showing off their 9er pride. >> reporter: the city is beginning to look red this weekend as 49er fans started wearing their colors a day early early. >> i'm just getting ready. >> it's a all game thread. >> reporter: whole families could be found dressed in 49er garb. the dedicated will wear their game day display all weekend. >> this is my good luck shirt for the game. >> reporter: if you had inventory to match demand. >> we have a vast selection of 49er gear. from top to bottom shelves, stocked with all of your favorite 9er hats and when it comes to the packer side, we got one. >> reporter: although this shop held onto some of their inventory a bit too long. >> alex smith jerseys are going off the shelves this weekend, guys. off the shelves. discount prices, come on down and get them. >> reporter: for 49er fans, it's never too early to display splendor. in san francisco, jeff pierce kron4 news. >>> new at 8, tonight a historical san francisco nightclub is shutting its doors for good. florida -- phillipe djegal has more on
Jan 17, 2014 6:00pm PST
her the information, and they burned the records. today, pierce, there's a movement as a result of this movie, and it's not coming from us. it's coming out of ireland. it's coming out of the vatican it's coming everywhere, there are 25,000 of these children like anthony in the united states. they won't give the records. even the irish government won't give the records. so they want to get those. and then there's kids all over the world. so today, as i showed you, the united nations is asking the vatican and today's story, the united nations is going to ask the vatican to intercede with the church to release the names of these people across the world. and the 25,000 people. "philomena" was at a screening where a woman came up and said, i was with anthony and we don't know who these people are. we don't know what happened to them. >> some say, it's not the first pop at the catholic church. you have an agenda against the catholic church. you're jewish and you don't like catholics. what do you say to that? >> brent bizzel was a conservative columnist who accused me of that and bill
Jan 1, 2014 1:00pm EST
but there was a flaw. and the flaw was that my great-grandfather and his pierce and colleagues did not see there was another people there. they did notue see the half million palestinians who lived already on the land. i'm a zionist. ie believe in our right to our ancient homeland. this is no colonial project but it was our obligation to see that the people who were occupying the land and the need of my great-grandfather and his friend in that land was so deep that they did not see it. and that blindness that began from that very first moment, when he and his friend set foot in palestine, that blindness is with us to this day. so what you see is these two pillars of israeli existence. on the y one hand the brilliant, the need, the justice, to create that nation and on the other one, other hand, the tragedy that is built into that project. the conflict is not only about settlements and occupation. the conflict is not just about something that happened yesterday and will end tomorrow. the conflict is built in because of that tragic flaw that is there from the very beginning. fast forward. wh
Jan 25, 2014 7:00pm EST
. the pierce family was related to president franklin pierce. the family moved to rye, new york, where barbara and her siblings grew up. it was a comfortable upbringing. they went to private schools. when barbara was old enough for high school, she was sent away to ashley hall, a boarding school in south carolina. home for christmas break of her junior year, she went to a country club dance and that is when she met george h.w. bush. >> they were very young people and they got married very young. what do you know about the attraction, early courtship? >> they were attracted from the start. they developed an intimate correspondence, which was typical for the times. george bush decides to join the navy. he becomes the youngest aviator in the pacific theater. their correspondence is emotional, intimate, when they could not be together in the same spot. when they could be together, it was electric. >> she began school at smith college. >> she was there for a year and she admitted that she was not the most dedicated of students. she was more interested in her boyfriend. i believe she was rather acti
Jan 10, 2014 3:00am EST
it at the junior end. there are companies out there that had an advantage against their pierce. they probably have a better balance sheet. assets that are worth developing and building a pipeline of growth opportunities. i would be surprised if we saw large scale m&a taking place outside of ones driven by cost rationalizeations. if you have assets owned by large companies, put those things together and stream line the business. aggressive takeovers not in the cards. >> wouvent things that has come up -- one of the things that has come up in the conversations is the margins. i'm looking at it and really lots to report, hold it in there at $110. again, the cost of production versus where we are with pricing. these are very important elements when it comes to my decision about whether i hold rio or -- as well as dividends. what is your thinking on the metals? >> there is a big key for us, copper. i know there have been now for a number of years. the iron ore price today is $131 a ton. at the start of 2013, analysts were fork forecasting us to see $90 a ton. we'll see where things develop over the yea
Jan 17, 2014 3:00am EST
has underperformed its pierce over the past year. -- peers over the past year. c.e.o.s trying to get a handle on it. australian workers earn $163,000. how do you keep a lid on those expenses? that is a challenge for the oil industry. the keep a lid on expenses and deal with challenges like that. i asked where do you put your money? in b.p. that has litigation written all over it. irony is there is one little gainer there. called total. it is hard to choose an alternative. banks and miners might be the beneficiaries of money switches. fran, back to you. >> thank you. robert duke is joining us. he is a global strategist. robert, great to have you on the program. talk to me about the energy sector. you don't look at specific stocks but you think basically looking at shell, this is a shell problem, not an energy sector problem? >> what i've seen is r-the results of the numbers today seems right. manus mentioned the problem earlier on. there has been a huge diverge ens within the sector. i think the numbers here, they seem very specific. there is not a clear industry -- it -- the earnings
Jan 31, 2014 3:30pm PST
and dimple on full, awful display. piercings of every kind was visible. the wrap a scan full body scanners couldn't distinguish classic explosives from body fat and guns were practically invisible if turned sideways. tsa says many procedures and policies referenced in the article are no longer in place or characterized inaccurately. for example, scanners that show graphic images are no longer in airports. >> for them to be saying today it's not a big deal because they've been now removed after all the years when they resisted removing those in airports i think is a little hard to take at this point. >> when it came to profiling, harrington says until 2010 officers had a list of 12 nations whose passengers automatically received enhanced screening. to that the tsa said, no comment. >> in a statement the tsa tells us that they don't tolerate unethical or unlawful behavior and they take quick action when it is discovered. we should note we reached out to the former tsa agent who wrote the article. no response yet. >> pretty disturbing stuff, rene. >>> we have a lot more news coming up. on the
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Jan 8, 2014 7:00pm EST
metal skin that pierces easily on derailments. accidents have occurred i, and don't forget the accident that killed 50 residents in a fireball. 24 hours after our report on monday another train covering oil derailed and caught fire in master rockplaster rock. luckily no one with us hurt, but someone out there might reconsider their opposition to building oil pipelines. whhow mom and pop shops are drawing you in. i'm ali velshi. this is "real money." ♪ consider this. the news of the day plus so much more. answers to the questions no one else will ask. >> it seems like they can't agree to anything in washington no matter what. >>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you in the "stream." online gambling is now legal in some states. we ask if online gambling is a bet worth making. ♪ >>> wajahat ali is off tonight, taking the rains is our i digital producer. glad to have you here to do this >> always
Jan 3, 2014 9:40pm EST
a few weeks after that sort pierced his heart. and across from me was the rebel -- rebel general eventually married. and his name was. [indiscernible] he fought, charged down that hill. and it managed to free peru and ended, by the way, with the peruvian freedom, all of spanish rule in latin america. so i always felt that even though i was sitting there being punished for being bad, rebellion was great, so over the yolk. i was fascinated ever since. this is a towering figure, and i wanted to give you a sense of that by reading some of what i have written about. by that time he a exactly 200 years ago in 1813, by the time he began his admirable campaigned in which he was not known at all, he was beginning to be known in south america, but by the end of it, by the end of 1813 he was known around the world, in washington john quincy adams and james monroe agonized over whether they're fledgling nation founded on principles of liberty and freedom should support his struggles for independence. in london they signed on to fight for his cause. in a -- in italy they dreamed of immigratin
Jan 5, 2014 4:15am EST
mentioned before, but franklin pierce. we think of the writer, the recluse, salem, hester print and scarlet letter. we don't think of politics. he was involves in politics, actually. it was a very political time. whittier just to finish off. he was at quaker poet from montana. we are both from montana. i grew up in massachusetts where whittier was from. i had whittier rammed down my throat and didn't like him much. when the library of america called me to do the book on whittier, i thought, all right. i reread him and he was marvelous. i was too young for him. besides being a good poet. he was a wonderful man in many ways and was a long time abolitionist. he was more than antislavery. he wanted slavery enended. he didn't the president in a gradual way. i was interested in literary figures whom we know as literary fill your and their history. >> we come to history from a similar literary place. my graduate degree is in american literature, and i live on man tuck et largely because i like mobby dick. [laughter] and he does. >> i wrote a little book about that. and -- >> i'm a fan. and -- like
Jan 25, 2014 9:00pm EST
line of the detail of his life. he made it hard to pierce the shield of his emotional core. no such problems. he wrote as cro his life. and never missed the chance to tell you exactly what he was thinking and feeling. and really what you should be thinking and feeling. the only limitation when you try to get inside his mind, he's one your ability to read japanese, and two, failing inaccuratability to pay somebody who can read japanese. the best overview i can give of you rather extraordinary and certainly influential life comes from a description i have from the first chapter of the book. his dark eyes covered by thick lenses set circular frames could just assume -- [inaudible] whatever he lacked in looks he more than recovered in neurons. from an early age, he had written books at the prolific pace on a studding breadth of topics. he completed an analysis of western colonialism. and translation of the quran. he once wrote 600-page auto biography and feeled satisfied with the personal insought he had drawn destroyed the whole thing. he was conversant in plato and in confusi
Jan 26, 2014 4:30pm EST
. he kind of gave you a sketchy outlines of the details of his life, but he made it hard to pierce the shield of its emotional core. no such problems with ocala schuman. he wrote the limit across his life and never miss a chance to tell you what he was thinking and feeling and really what you should be thinking and feeling. human limitation when you try to get insight into a palace mind. your ability the best overview comes from a description i have been the first chapter of the book. at the time of the tokyo trial, said she was half a year shy of age 60. taller than most job standing roughly xp and pencil thin and frail. you must like his own monkey figure two a quote, unquote jerry-built shack. yet in aristocratic with the professorial dignity. this narrowing font and described as decidedly not tracked to. his facial features and particulars drunk his own countrymen, something his dark eyes covered by thick on this site and perfectly circular frames could just as soon while it whenever ocala lacked in looks he recovered and morons. from an early age she had written had he pokes a
Jan 28, 2014 8:00pm EST
. pierce, because, you know, there is a lot of data out there. and in your position whether it's gathering mortgage data or anything else, there's just a lot of data out there. we don't want it abused. you know, we've seen politicians in the past abuse it, and, you know, top of the list would be richard nixon. so i do understand your response. i understand his fear that it can be abused because it has been in the past. but there is a lot of megadata out there. and mr. royce wrought up the target corporation -- brought up the target corporation. and by wife and i are target shoppers. and she has a saying if target doesn't have it, she doesn't need it. [laughter] so, but i also use my target card, or i used my debit card in target in that period where their data was breached. so i'm one of 100 million people, apparently, or 100 million cardholders who was affected by this. , and and when i went to wells fargo and i said that i'd used my card, they immediately took my card and switched it out for a new card can. what is cfpb's role in something like this whether there's been a major data brea
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